Re: FW: Kernel identification
Hi Simon from UK,
On Sun, Apr 14, 2002 at 03:07:05AM +0100, Simon Hepburn wrote:
> Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > To avoid this kind of flustration, dselect is better tool. With that we
> > can see and confirm package names. This is true for kernel-image since
> > it evolve really fast with strange combination of name mutation.
> > Just my thought. (I like apt-get though)
> flustration ? I've been flustered and frustrated but never
> flustrated.....sounds painful ;-)
Hey, I do not know who invented L and R. That is really problem in
modern world. They sound same to me :) Problem is that English is a
lingua-franca of computer world and I do not speak/spell well.
Really, these 2 d--- characters cause poor non-native speaker of English
to torture themselves. Pick any Japanese, Korean, Chinese, etc., and
ask them to say "I love you". It will sound "I rub you." Well these
days, oriental massage (Beep: R-rated) is popular in US, it may be the
same thing after all...
So much for bad taste joke.
PS: No offense to the Asian people. I am one of them.
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